From volunteering to fundraising, Casco Contractors makes a lasting impact in the community we serve. Over the past eight years, Casco, a woman founded and owned construction company, has raised more than $250,000 to support Southern California non-profits — and the organization expects 2022 to be another successful year of giving back.
“We’re proud of our community. We want to support the people we work and live with, raise awareness about the issues impacting our citizens, and continuously strive to improve the lives of others,” said Terryl Nirtaut, Casco Director of Human Resources.
Building beautiful communities is a core tenant of Casco Contractors' philosophy. And that starts with empowering those who struggle to be heard. Casco CEO Cheryl Osborn is passionate about helping women experiencing domestic violence, families struggling with homelessness and children living with critical illnesses. “Every woman should feel safe and respected, and every child should hope and dream,” she said. “We have a responsibility to help those who need it most.”
For the past five years, Casco has been working with Laura’s House, which supports families escaping domestic violence. Since 1994, the non-profit has provided shelter and critical services to more than 5,000 abused women, men and children as well as counseling, life skills education and legal advocacy to more than 55,000 persons.
Through the Make-A-Wish Foundation, Casco has helped make a difference in the lives of more than 7,300 critically ill children living in Orange County and Inland Empire. At Colette’s Children’s Home and Families Forward, Casco is working to end homelessness for women and children.
“Each year, our circle of support grows stronger, and the ripple effect is changing lives,” Osborn said. “We’re excited to make our biggest impact in 2022 with the caring support of people like you.”
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